If you have a minute at your desk, you may want to check out this interesting video created by Benjamin Muzzin of the University of art and design Lausanne (ECAL), in France.
Muzzin created a 3D image, using two flat screen monitors, back to back, and spinning them together at high speeds. The art student created this unique sculpture for his Bachelor’s degree in Media and Interaction Design.
The video is set to quirky, drippy sounding electronic music. We see the sculpture from a distance at first. Then, the video moves closer in to allow us to examine the light show. The image that the machine produces begins as a series of geometric designs, but it transforms towards the end of the show as a female practicing ballet. Pretty remarkable stuff!
Greg Fischer, @guru_apprentice